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By Jim Beach, Technology Editor
Rugged and durable notebook computers can handle the rigors of life on the road.
By Steve Sturgess, Executive Editor
Automated transmission takes some of the jostle and slosh out of driving a tractor with an unbaffled tank in back.
By Oliver Patton
A group of manufacturers and their allies are searching for a new path toward highway safety improvements.
By Deborah Lockridge, Senior Managing Editor
The switch to synthetic lubricants can result in many benefits.
Tracking driving behavior helps predict a driver's potential for accidents.
By Deb Whistler, Editor
Conserving fuel: More critical than ever.
By Doug Condra, President
Recommendations on how this country should approach funding to fix its ailing surface transportation system are on the table.
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